Calendar

Sep
22
Thu
CEM Alumni Career Series- Dr. Greg Mack @ 1080 Physics Research Building
Sep 22 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

A Career in Science Policy with
Dr. Greg Mack, OSU Astrophysics Alum
Government Relations Specialist, American Physical Society (APS)
previously with American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

The purpose of the CEM Alumni Career Series is to broaden the student body’s awareness of diverse career paths in STEM disciplines, while facilitating valuable opportunities to network for our students and alumni.For its inaugural year, the seminar schedule includes five recent Ph.D. graduates with recent experience in industry (Intel and 3M), national labs (National Institute for Standards and Technology, Oak Ridge), government research (Center for Naval Analysis), and science policy (American Association for the Advancement of Science and American Physical Society).

Students interested in attending a luncheon with the speaker should contact Corinne Rubright(.4). Limited to 20 seats.

Source: http://cem.osu.edu/event/alumni-career-series-greg-mack-aps-aaas/?instance_id=11884

Oct
6
Thu
CEM Alumni Career Series- Andrew Berger @ 1080 Physics Research Building
Oct 6 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

A Career at National Labs with
Dr. Andrew Berger, OSU Physics Alum
National Research Council (NRC) Research Associate, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

The purpose of the CEM Alumni Career Series is to broaden the student body’s awareness of diverse career paths in STEM disciplines, while facilitating valuable opportunities to network for our students and alumni.For its inaugural year, the seminar schedule includes five recent Ph.D. graduates with recent experience in industry (Intel and 3M), national labs (National Institute for Standards and Technology, Oak Ridge), government research (Center for Naval Analysis), and science policy (American Association for the Advancement of Science and American Physical Society).

Students interested in attending a luncheon with the speaker should contact Corinne Rubright(.4). Limited to 20 seats.

Source: http://cem.osu.edu/event/alumni-career-series-andrew-berger-nist/?instance_id=11883

Oct
7
Fri
CEM Seminar- Andrew Berger @ Smith Seminar Room, Physics Research Building
Oct 7 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

CEM Seminar featuring Andrew Berger: Inductive detection of field-like and damping-like AC inverse spin orbit torques in Py/Pt bilayers

“Inductive detection of field-like and damping-like AC inverse spin orbit torques in Py/Pt bilayers”

Andrew Berger (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

Spin-charge conversion effects are central to functional spintronic devices, and underlie the reciprocal processes of electric field-driven spin torque1 and magnetization dynamics-driven spin and charge flow2–4. There are several mechanisms responsible for spin-charge conversion, varying in their cause (intrinsic or extrinsic), symmetry (field-like or damping-like), and point-of-origin (interfacial or bulk). Both damping-like and field-like spin orbit torques have been observed in the forward process of current-driven spin torque1,5. I will discuss a technique we have developed that uses well-established coplanar waveguide (CPW) ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) for inductive detection of the AC charge currents produced by the inverse spin-charge conversion processes. Time-varying magnetic fields produced by a Py/Pt sample under FMR excitation will inductively couple into the CPW, altering the total inductance of the microwave circuit. Such fields are produced by: (1) the Py precessing magnetization, (2) Faraday effect induced AC currents in the Pt layer, in addition to (3) spin-orbit AC currents due to the spin Hall effect and (4) the Rashba-Edelstein effect. These four terms have distinct frequency dependencies and phase relationships with the driving microwave field such that a phase-sensitive measurement is able to separate them. Our findings reveal that Py/Pt bilayers exhibit both damping-like and field-like inverse spin orbit torques, indicative of bulk spin Hall effect and interfacial Rashba-Edelstein spin-orbit coupling, respectively.

Source: http://cem.osu.edu/event/cem-seminar-featuring-andrew-berger-inductive-detection-of-field-like-and-damping-like-ac-inverse-spin-orbit-torques-in-pypt-bilayers/?instance_id=11941

Nov
17
Thu
CEM Alumni Career Series- Sergei Manuilov @ 1080 Physics Research Building
Nov 17 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

A Career in Industry with
Dr. Sergei Manuilov, OSU Physics Alum
Senior Research Engineer, 3M Corporate Research Laboratory

The purpose of the CEM Alumni Career Series is to broaden the student body’s awareness of diverse career paths in STEM disciplines, while facilitating valuable opportunities to network for our students and alumni.For its inaugural year, the seminar schedule includes five recent Ph.D. graduates with recent experience in industry (Intel and 3M), national labs (National Institute for Standards and Technology, Oak Ridge), government research (Center for Naval Analysis), and science policy (American Association for the Advancement of Science and American Physical Society).

Students interested in attending a luncheon with the speaker should contact Corinne Rubright(.4). Limited to 20 seats.

Source: http://cem.osu.edu/event/alumni-career-series-sergei-manuilov-3m/?instance_id=11885

Jan
26
Thu
CEM Alumni Career Series- Howard Yu @ 1080 Physics Research Building
Jan 26 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

A Career in Government Research with
Dr. Howard Yu, OSU Physics Alum
Research Analyst, Center for Naval Analysis (CNA)

The purpose of the CEM Alumni Career Series is to broaden the student body’s awareness of diverse career paths in STEM disciplines, while facilitating valuable opportunities to network for our students and alumni.For its inaugural year, the seminar schedule includes five recent Ph.D. graduates with recent experience in industry (Intel and 3M), national labs (National Institute for Standards and Technology, Oak Ridge), government research (Center for Naval Analysis), and science policy (American Association for the Advancement of Science and American Physical Society).

Students interested in attending a luncheon with the speaker should contact Corinne Rubright(.4). Limited to 20 seats.

Source: http://cem.osu.edu/event/alumni-career-series-howard-yu-cna/?instance_id=11886

Feb
9
Thu
CEM Alumni Career Series- Tricia Meyer @ 1080 Physics Research Building
Feb 9 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

A Career in Industry and National Labs with
Dr. Tricia Meyer, OSU Chemistry Alum
Engineer, Intel
previously Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)

The purpose of the CEM Alumni Career Series is to broaden the student body’s awareness of diverse career paths in STEM disciplines, while facilitating valuable opportunities to network for our students and alumni.For its inaugural year, the seminar schedule includes five recent Ph.D. graduates with recent experience in industry (Intel and 3M), national labs (National Institute for Standards and Technology, Oak Ridge), government research (Center for Naval Analysis), and science policy (American Association for the Advancement of Science and American Physical Society).

Students interested in attending a luncheon with the speaker should contact Corinne Rubright(.4). Limited to 20 seats.

Source: http://cem.osu.edu/event/alumni-career-series-tricia-meyer-intel-ornl/?instance_id=11887

May
23
Tue
Physics of Emerging Materials Workshop @ Physics Research Building
May 23 – May 25 all-day

The CEM Internal Advisory Council, a grassroots committee of CEM students and postdoctoral researchers, created this workshop to inform the Center’s direction and improve the educational and research experiences of CEM students. POEM will be composed of tutorials by faculty, student talks, poster sessions, and will provide extensive opportunities for interaction between CEM students (on and offsite), and students at NMHU (New Mexico Highlands University), as well as CEM faculty. The workshop also  provides a platform to CEM faculty for exchange of innovative ideas to further the research direction of CEM. This internal workshop is closed to the public.

Jun
5
Mon
Workshop on Spins, Valleys, and Topological States in 2D and Layered Materials @ Physics Research Building
Jun 5 – Jun 9 all-day

The aim of the workshop is to bring together a leading group of researchers, in addition to students, postdocs and other participants, to discuss 2D platforms for spin, valley, and topological physics and their potential applications. With the continued evolution of graphene spintronics, combined with the recent advances in spin/valley-polarized excitations in transition metal dichalocogenides, and novel concepts related to the theory and synthesis of emerging new materials, there is a critical mass of researchers with complementary interests. In addition, monolayer magnetism and robust 2D topological states are important challenges moving forward. At this workshop, participants will bring expertise from a variety of disciplines and discuss the latest advances in this growing field. This workshop is supported by the Center for Emergent Materials (CEM) an NSF Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC), the Institute of Complex and Adaptive Matter (ICAM), the Institute for Materials Research (IMR), and the Center for Exploration of Novel Complex Materials (ENCOMM).

Sep
20
Wed
IRG-1 Seminar: Dr. Arun Paramekanti @ 4138 Physics Research Building
Sep 20 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Title: Magnetism and nematicity in (111) oxide electron gases

Abstract: Recent experiments have begun to explore surface and interface 2D electron gases of (111) oxide heterostructures. Motivated by these experiments, we theoretically examine the many-body instabilities of such 2DEGs driven by multiorbital interactions. We find a rich variety of ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic orders accompanied by ferroorbital order which breaks lattice rotational symmetry. Such ordered phases or their fluctuating variants might lead to electronic nematicity, which might potentially explain the low temperature onset of transport anisotropies observed in certain experiments.

Sep
28
Thu
Alumni Career Series: Morgan Welsh Bernier @ Smith Seminar Room 1080, Physics Research Building
Sep 28 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

A Career in Finance

Thursday, September 28, 2017 11:30 a.m. with reception to precede

Dr. Morgan Welsh Bernier, PhD

Marketing Data Scientist

JP Morgan Chase

 

Students interested in attending a luncheon with the speaker should contact Rachel Page(.257). Limited to 11 seats.

 

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